We all have that stuff in our house that we don’t know what to do with it anymore. Maybe it’s too old or damaged to have any use. Some people would just throw it away. But for an avid crafter, you can always repurpose anything. Just like an old pitcher perhaps. There are tons of ideas that you can do with it only if you give it a little of your love.
When the kids are out in the backyard playing, one of the things that they do is to look out for birds. With this, we have decided to make a bird feeder to lure them into our garden. What is it made of? Teacups! Isn’t it lovely?
Teacup bird feeder tutorial at Cap Creations.
It is nice to watch the birds enjoying their little treats in the morning while you sip a nice cup of coffee. It is even nicer to watch them eat with your homemade teacup bird feeder. You don’t have a buy a new one. You can use your old or chipped ones for this craft.
Are you into succulent plants? Count us in! We are fond of having a little succulent garden in our front porch or by the window. It gives the eyes something cool to look at.
You don’t have to purchase new pots because here are a lot of old materials that you can use to plant your own succulent plants. One thing we have stumbled upon and we totally adore is this one that is made from a candle holder. How charming, right?
Read about how to make one at Cherished Bliss.
We can’t wait to hear about your own finished project. If you don’t have old candle holders, you can always get small plastic containers. Or, you can get serious about growing your succulent garden with the help of this book.
We have this newfound fascination with mason jars. They are just too versatile and crafty. They are too adorable as drinking jars, containers, and as a decor. One of the things we are planning on doing is using it in our porch light project. It’s easy to make and it’s doesn’t cost a lot too.
Know how to create this adorable decor at Saved by Love Creations.
Go ahead and make your own DYI project using mason jars. It would a wonderful material to accentuate your project. Grab them now and start crafting. Or use them as a drinking glass whenever you have some friends over or just want something fancy to use for your refreshing drink.